Playson prepares to launch in German market with Ously Games

Playson prepares to launch in German market with Ously Games

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Playson, the popular casino software developer, has recently announced its new deal to launch its content with the German social casino operator, Ously Games.

The deal will allow the integration of a fascinating selection of Playson games, including Buffalo Power: Hold and Win, Zeus: Thunder Reels and the newest hit Solar King, with SpinArena, Ously Games’ social casino brand. The operator’s own backend solution, seriOUSLY1.0, greatly improves the gaming experience and sets new technological standards.

This thorough agreement shows the provider’s strong ambitions to gain a major foothold within the newly regulated German market, which is set to open in 2021. Playson’s slots meet all of the technical requirements set out by the country’s new regulatory framework, with the well-praised real-money offering being made available to players in the new year.

“We are delighted to partner with Ously Games, which has established itself as a leading social casino within what is set to be a key jurisdiction in 2021.

“We feel confident that Playson’s stable of titles will perform strongly with SpinArena’s players, and plan to continue executing our ambitious commercial plans for the German market in the coming months.” Said Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson.

This new deal rounds off quite the successful year for the innovative content developer, which has expanded its commercial reach across regulated markets in both Europe and Latin America.

Christian Sauer, head of acquisition at Ously Games, stated: “We’ve signed a range of top-class providers and SpinArena will take social casino to the next level. We are thrilled to get another major player such as Playson on board. Playson’s top-quality content undoubtedly merits the multitude of accolades it has received from across our industry, so it is fantastic to be teaming up with the premium games studio.”

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